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i would like to delimit the kitchen garden's borders like showing in the photo.

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SharmanHunterWilson posted a status update 
I'm sadly trying to find out what attacked my Yukon Gold potatoes. On the outside of the tubers, it looks like common scab, but the insides (and the stems) look like fusarium wilt. I'll take some pictures tomorrow in the daylight. Very Bummed in Colorado!
ChancyGardner commented on Spinach Smoothie

I make this for breakfast.  It is a great way to start the day!  If you like it sweeter, just...

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glad to be back on kgi, looking forward.
Roger Doiron commented on Susan E. Roth - status 1547657652
I am back, it has been a very busy time since I last posted. Hope everyone had a Wonderful Kitchen Garden day. That was also my 60th birthday, so I celebrated with my Husband, daughter and her fiancee by going out to a local restaurant that serves local food ( what a concept, huh?). Disappointed in the tomato crop this year but am getting a bumper crop of cucumbers, and have been busy fermenting them as well as other veggies, so far more Kvass,...
Susan E. Roth posted a status update 
I am back, it has been a very busy time since I last posted. Hope everyone had a Wonderful Kitchen Garden day. That was also my 60th birthday, so I celebrated with my Husband, daughter and her fiancee by going out to a local restaurant that serves local food ( what a concept, huh?). Disappointed in the tomato crop this year but am getting a bumper crop of cucumbers, and have been busy fermenting them as well as other veggies, so far more Kvass,...

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